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273: From the Heart to the Fringe


In the second half of KMO's recent face to face interview with Charles Eisenstein, the conversation picks up where the previous episode left off. Charles describe the coming gift economy, and KMO channels John Michael Greer to challenge the notion of a rapid, practically miraculous, transformation of consciousness and society. Near the end, the conversation veers to more esoteric and potentially treacherous narratives. 

Photo Olga Kuchukov


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Sep. 3rd, 2011 05:05 pm (UTC)
There's an overwhelming amount of evidence that the official 9-11 CONSPIRACY THEORY is a lie. There's an overwhelming amount of evidence that 9-11 was some kind of an inside job. The U.S. government has lied, conspired, and mass-murdered before. The U.S. government has carried out many false flag operations before. These things have been proven. There is every indication that this is more of the same. This is not some dramatic fantasy that people are projecting things onto as Charles Eisenstein puts forth.
Sep. 10th, 2011 08:59 pm (UTC)
inaccessable semantics
Aloha from Puna Hawaii,

A friend sent your podcast URL my way and I've been delighted to listen to a couple of episodes. Efforts like yours, to encourage dialog, particularly among people worth listening to, is edifying to say the least. Thanks. However, and I'm sure this is the part that causes you to cringe, as I stand out on my little hand-carved, off-grid, little place of semi-subsistence living -- upon hearing the rap (with a seemingly straight face) of "reptilian overlords"... well, suffice to say, I'm compelled to write and express my confusion at you entirely inaccessible riff. Although I've tried to grock Icke's rap (if he's indeed the guy who perpetuates it), I just come away thinking, "Why on earth did this seemingly very erudite sensible man just slip in some schtick about shape-shifting reptiles!" Anyway, sorry to tap into the area that I assume troubles you. Nonetheless, in your very worthwhile and much needed role as educator, I'd think that for the sake of epistemological integrity, or what not, some of your audience (well me anyway) would appreciate either fleshing that one out, or just taking ownership of the indigestion that the notion causes.
Keep up the good work!
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